More Buffalo Bills photos and videos posted on social media are often duplicates, according to a new NFL.org report.
The Bills were one of the teams that tweeted and shared the most duplicate tweets on the league’s official Twitter account on Sunday, when the Bills and Tennessee Titans faced off in a Bills-Titans game.
A tweet by Bills owner Terry Pegula said the Bills will play in New Orleans this week.
He did not specify the game, but the team’s official account tweeted “Monday Night Football vs. New Orleans Saints” on Sunday night.
The same tweet sent out the same tweet from Bills head coach Rex Ryan on Sunday.
Ryan said “the Bills will be playing in New York this week,” but it’s not clear what the game will be.
A Bills spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Buffalo Bills posted a photo on its Instagram account of a fan who said “bills in NYC next week.”
The Bills are scheduled to play at the New York Giants on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
The tweets were shared more than 1,000 times, with more than 2,000 followers.
Bills fans, who follow the team on Twitter, have been quick to share the tweets.
“We’re not going to have to sit back and watch this happen,” Bills coach Doug Marrone said during his post-game press conference.
“We’re going to be out there, we’re going get it done.”
The Bills have been criticized for a lack of communication and for a “bias” toward fans in the NFL.
It has also been criticized because of a lack on media attention.
A number of the Bills fans who shared the duplicates were also sharing them from outside of Buffalo.
One of the Buffalo fans who retweeted the duplicated Bills tweet said he is from California.
The Twitter user, @JLangston, said he was a fan of the team when he was in middle school and has since moved to New York.JL and I love the Bills, and we’re all Bills fans from CA.
@BillsFan from CA shared this tweet.
He said it was his birthday and it was a special day.
J and I have been a Bills fan for years, and are proud of our fans in California.
This was a big day.
@jlangston pic.twitter.com/4V2Xk1J8rQ — J Langston (@JLingston) December 16, 2018The Bills released a statement Sunday afternoon saying, “We take all of our fan behavior very seriously.
We have not and will not tolerate any activity that is in direct conflict with our team values.
Our focus will remain on playing the game at hand and moving forward.”
The NFL’s Office of Media Relations said it is “aware of the incident,” but declined to elaborate further.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.